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Perhaps being the first to trot out Elizabeth Holmes’s latest pre-incarceration incarnation was too tempting to resist, even for the Times. But it is hard not to recall what James Stewart wrote in his 1989 best-selling book, “Den of Thieves,” about how the most infamous offenders can eventually recover from public disgrace by hiring the best PR teams.
There is a proportionality of theft in my view to a blank sheet of paper a thief claims to own. and every time something true and natural tries to come up, this most unnatural nonentity blank sheet claims it washes… It is plagued with extreme low self esteem and lives in the sewage systems. It would destroy anything to make unnatural claims of existence and it is always parasitic. All the fake glory and all it truly is like, is a beach bum sleeping by the edge of the waters being bleached by the tides without knowledge of the source of the tides. Frauds sure knows continuity.
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